View Full Version : Tybalt's fault

05-24-2005, 06:07 PM
Ya know, if you think about it...The whole tradgedy of Romeo and Juliet, isn't it all really Tybalt's fault? I mean, i f he could read, then he wouldn't of had to go up to them in the street, and he wouldn't of invited them to the party, and Romeo would've never saw Juliet, they wouldn't of fallen in love...and so on. I know that i suppose it's not ALL a tradgedy, because it made the two families stop fighting, and it's noce to be in love; but, the saddness and death aspect of this whole play, is really Tybalt's fault. Isn't it?